IEEE Access accepts supplemental material (code, data, video, etc.) with all article submissions. Should your article be accepted for publication, all supplemental material will be posted on IEEE Xplore with your published article under the “media” tab.
For large code associated with articles, authors can utilize Code Ocean which is a cloud-based computational reproducibility platform, integrated with IEEE Xplore that enables IEEE authors to publish their executable code associated with research articles. Code may be uploaded at submission, revision or after acceptance of the article at no cost. For more information on Code Ocean, please click here.
For large data sets, IEEE Access now supports IEEE DataPort, which is a repository of datasets and data analysis tools. The repository is designed to accept all types of datasets, including Big Data datasets up to 2TB, and it provides both downloading capabilities and access to Cloud services to enable data analysis in the Cloud.
For standard dataset uploads, there is no cost to the author. For open access datasets, it is free for a limited time with coupon code OPENACCESS1. For more information on IEEE DataPort, please click here.
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